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2645 Gough St, San Francisco, CA 94123
$3,400 | 1 Bed
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Cow Hollow Neighborhood in San Francisco, CA

Cow Hollow Neighborhood

Opulent city living best describes the Cow Hollow neighborhood in San Francisco. Sandwiched between the equally exclusive neighborhoods of San Francisco’s Marina District and Pacific Heights, Cow Hollow residential property has the distinction of having vintage San Francisco housing from the 1900s. Houses, condominiums, and apartments are luxurious housing options in high demand.

Cow Hollow is clearly an affluent urban neighborhood with access to San Francisco’s shopping, restaurants, and tourist attractions. The neighborhood is pedestrian-friendly. Schools in the area, public and private, are in walking distance.

Cow Hollow is close to the Palace of Fine Arts for access to cultural events. As part of the 1915 Pan-Pacific Exhibition, the Grecian monument houses the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre and the Exploratorium. More than a science museum, the Exploratorium was established in 1969 and combines science with art in its exhibits. The museum offers hands-on activities, online exhibits, videos, and community outreach.

The neighborhood is near the George R. Moscone Recreation Center. The center is named after George Moscone, a San Francisco mayor who was assassinated in 1978. Formerly the location had been called Funston Park. The recreation center has a gym, baseball field, basketball court, and a facility to practice golf. Celebrities, including Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio, used this park for privacy and were able to avoid members of the press.

Cow Hollow is minutes away from Union Street in downtown San Francisco. A major destination for retail shopping, dining, bars, and nightlife, the origin of the street’s name is unknown. In 1965, rock band Jefferson Airplane was formed at a bar known as the Drinking Gourd. In 1996, 30 years after the release of the band’s first album, Jefferson Airplane was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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